Movement, meditation, energy
Develop flexibility, resilience, and vibrant health
with the Taoist Internal Arts of
Tai Chi, Qigong, Meditation, and Bagua Zhang.
Begin with the art that matches your interests and inclination, and see where it takes you. It may be the perfect fit. Many people try out and then learn two or more, as they inform each other and deepen practice.
Upcoming Classes and Workshops with Mary Christianson:
WU STYLE TAI CHI SHORT FORM Every Wednesday at 10:00 am. North Market, 4414 Humbolt Avenue North, Minneapolis. You may join this on-going class at any time. Each week we explore one move of the 16-move Short Form in detail.
BAGUA ZHANG CIRCLE WALKING January 4 & 5, 2020. Watch for details on time and location.
PRIVATE INSTRUCTION Some people thrive on private instruction tailored to their needs and interests. Classes designed for the specific needs of your group are also available. Contact us for information and answers to your questions.
“The Internal Arts have greatly amplified my sense of well-being on both the personal and professional level. I have a bouncier, more tangible sense of energy, and I stand, walk, run, turn, crouch, leap, and dance with greater natural ease and vitality… Mary gave us focused, methodical, skillful coaching infused with deep enthusiasm. We surely benefited from her depth of experience and infectious joy.” — Richard P. , businessman
“My typical response to distress is to contract physically and live in my head. Daily Tai Chi practice is a helpful and fun way to re-ground myself physically and psychologically.” — Bill M., management consultant
“In addition to knowing the details of Tai Chi, Mary is a wealth of knowledge and experience. She also teaches with zest and humor.” — Joel R., bodywork/massage therapist
“I didn’t know what to expect, and Bagua was a fascinating energy practice. The class was really a work-out physically and mentally . I loved it!” — Lorna S., writer and editor
“I love Mary, she’s great! She gives such a great foundation to work off of and to work on.” — Alex S., awareness coach and martial arts enthusiast